Hal Hays Construction, Inc./Heritage Transportation, Inc., invites you to join our talented and award-winning team as we grow our company to the next level. We provide General and Civil construction services to select high-growth markets like Utility Agencies, Military/Federal, Municipalities, Public Works, and Water Agencies. We provide Facility Modernizations, New Construction, Heavy Civil & Industrial work, Dry & Wet Utilities, Roads & Highways, Energy solutions, Aviation and Transit Infrastructure, and Security enhancements. Besides a great salary, paid holidays, and sick/vacation time, our team members enjoy: Comprehensive insurance program (medical, dental, vision, prescriptions, life insurance) 401(k) savings plan Annual profit sharing Paid industry training and certifications (in eligible areas) The Wayne B. Hays Scholarship Program (for HHCI employees and family member’s educational pursuits) Community Service volunteer opportunities Annual Summer & Christmas Parties and Quarterly BBQ’s About Hal Hays Construction, Inc. (HHCI)/Heritage Transportation, Inc. (HTI) Celebrating over 27 years of service to clients, Hal Hays Construction, Inc. (HHCI) is an award-winning design build construction company providing vertical and civil construction services for high-growth clients throughout the Western states. HHCI is recognized as an INC 5000 High Growth Firm, ENR-Ranked Top California Contractor, Edison Supplier of the Year, National MBE Constructor of the Year, and Accredited Quality Contractor. HHCI’s corporate headquarters is in Riverside, CA with branch offices in Redding, CA. Visit our website at www.halhays.com. Hal Hays Construction, Inc./Heritage Transportation, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer -The Company does not discriminate against employees or applicants on race, color, creed, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, religion, marital status, military service/veteran status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, including genetic characteristics, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws .